coming from toll payers. 175- cameras are some of the new additions which will help serve as an anti- terrorist safety feature on the bay bridge. the cameras alone will cost 31- million dollars. but the budget-- is only eight- million- dollars. cal-trans believes the investment is important for everyone's safety. but bill dodd, chair of the bay area toll authority, is unsure about where all the money to cover the cost is coming from. he says. quote - "since the requested amount is so much greater than the budgeted amount, we feel it is appropriate to investigate further, so that our toll payers' money is well spent." the bay area toll authority's full board will have the final approval next month. and the new bay bridge is expected to open labor day weekend. >> pam: a recently published report, may change what we know about certain earthquake fault lines, and how they could produce stronger earthquakes then once thought.